August 20, 2020 The following guidelines are designed for building use during phases 1 and 2 of UUS’s coronavirus pandemic building and grounds…
Little Village Magazine featured UUS in its Aug. 5-18 issue, focusing on the congregation’s long history as a leader in social justice movements.
On May 3, UUS elected Rev. Diana Smith to become its next settled minister. Learn more about Rev. Diana and the search process.
The Ministerial Search Committee has developed a schedule for Candidating Week, which includes numerous meetings between Rev. Diana Smith and various UUS groups and individuals. Several public events are also scheduled, including Sunday services on April 26 and May 3. Click the announcement heading to download the printable schedule.
The Ministerial Search Committee has announced Rev. Diana Smith as their recommended candidate to become the congregation’s next settled minister. Rev. Diana will virtually engage with the UUS community in a variety of ways during a ten-day Candidating Week beginning on Wednesday, April 22, including leading Sunday services on April 26 and May 3.
What is Zoom? Zoom is a web-based video conferencing tool that allows users to meet online, with or without video. You can join via…
A video recording of Rev. Diane’s second annual “State of the Society” presentation and forum is available on the UUS YouTube channel at bit.ly/uus-sos
The Unitarian Universalist Society’s green building project was recognized with a 2019 Best Development Award from 1000 Friends of Iowa. Several members of the congregation were on hand to receive the award in the “new civic” category on January 22.
Three UUS members spent a week providing assistance to asylum seekers on the Mexican side of the southern border. Their photo diary offers a glimpse into their journey and some of the people they met.
As the Unitarian Universalist Society celebrates the first anniversary of its move into a new home in Coralville, it welcomes Rev. Diane Dowgiert…